OPPO unveils first-ever foldable flagship smartphone, other smart devices

Global tech brand OPPO introduces the Find N.

We are constantly on the lookout for technologies that will make our lives easier, and every year tech companies introduce new products to suit our ever-evolving needs and wants. Global smart device brand OPPO recently held its annual OPPO Inno Day, a yearly presentation to introduce its groundbreaking gadgets and software. The two-day global event, themed “Reimaging the Future,” was packed with keynote speeches from OPPO executives including CEO Tony Chen and CPO Pete Lau, presentations for the highly anticipated new AR glasses and OPPO’s own foldable smartphone. All these were made accessible through a virtual reality gathering in OPPO Inno World where tech-heads could meet and celebrate the new innovations together.

Here are some of the technologies first unveiled during OPPO Inno Day:

Launching its first-ever foldable flagship phone, OPPO introduces the Find N, the result of four years of hard work and prototyping. Unveiled during the second day by OPPO’s Chief Product Officer Pete Lau, the Find N is a sleek device which promises a seamless 7.1” display when unfolded (5.49” when folded), grounded on the Flexion Hinge, which Lau calls “the best hinge design available today,” as it practically eliminates the gap between displays.

The company customized the user interface to operate better and more efficiently in compatible apps. For example, in the Notes app, the OPPO Find N can convert into a mini laptop allowing you to take notes without needing to hold the device. Since the Find N can freely stand at various angles, the device also serves as its own tripod, making 4K HD time-lapse imaging, video calls and online meetings easy and hands-free.

The soft-ware of the OPPO Find N is optimized to allow users to smoothly and naturally switch between the folded and unfolded screens, relaying content seamlessly between the inner and outer displays. The Find N also supports a range of keyboard customizations, allowing users to use a split keyboard to make typing easier when the smartphone is unfolded.

Meanwhile, its first commercially available AR glasses, OPPO Air Glass, is a lightweight monocle that acts as an extension of your smartphone, projecting images as if it is front of your eyes thanks to its Spark Micro Projector. With a unique cicada wing design, the OPPO Air Glass uses the compact projection system—just about the size of a coffee bean—to deliver bright and sharp content, whether indoors or outdoors.

Controlled via a Color OS11-powered OPPO phone or OPPO Watch 2, the Air Glass allows you to view and clear notifications, get weather updates, monitor health data and even access real-time translation with just touch, voice, head movements and hand motions.

More information OPPO Inno Day 2021 and the brand’s new innovations can be found at www.oppo.com/ph.

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